Information for International Graduate Students
At Saint Mary’s University, you will find exceptional graduate academic and research opportunities, in a warm collegial setting. Our large contingent of international students (over 30%) adds richness and diversity to our campus.
English as a Second Language
If English is not your first language, and you have not attended an English language secondary school or have a previous degree completed totally in English, you are required to take one of the standardized English tests. View the language requirements for our graduate studies.
- The International Centre at Saint Mary’s provides support, assistance and advice.
- Find student visa and other information at the Canadian government’s Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.
- Find a researcher through our RED database.
- Explore life on Canada’s east coast and find information about Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- Find information on family and graduate housing at Saint Mary’s, including fees, apartment types, eligibility requirements and local daycare information.